Absolutely none of this is true.
Thank you, Ryan, for acknowledging my legacy.
STOP TWEETING, ELON!
Ah! The ship must be going down with the captain because it’s a submarine. That explains the engineers shouting “CRUSH DEPTH” and the klaxons blaring.
I hope the judge doesn't approve the settlement unless he steps down as CEO as well.
Are they suing him for $420?
I’m always amazed by the type of person who just can’t wait to get the the comment section of these types of articles so they can detail just how stupid the victim is, hand-wave the predatory nature of the lender/bank/dealership and gush about how they would never have fallen for a scheme like that. I can never tell…
Let’s walk through the logic tree.
It costs a great deal of money to be poor in America.
I didn’t even need to read the article...as soon as I saw Credit Acceptance Corporation I knew it wasn’t going to be a happy story.
Just like when my phone updates and some dumb problem emerges, such as the volume stops working, except in this case, you’ll probably die.
Does this mean that these owners have to *shudder* drive the car themselves?!
Corporate welfare is a zero-sum game, pitting major cities against one another, which is why behemoths like Amazon can launch a maniacal Olympics of Tax Break Deals and cities respond subserviently. Amazon doesn’t need the public’s help. Amazon is fine.
Ford fan here (honest).
There was a time when the company would build a library and improve the community just to get access to workers. Now we workers have to buy our jobs with higher local taxes on our wages to give back to the corporations - a self inflicted pay cut that lasts forever.
Then Ford should be picked apart as being the bad guy in this. Forcing cities to give HUGE tax breaks for some hope of maybe more tax revenue is a grift and elected officials should stop falling for it. In fact it should be made illegal.
The thing I find hilarious is that nowhere more than the U.S. do cars dominate discussions of the “future of mobility”. Know why? It’s because everywhere else already has it figured out.
An explorer is deep in the jungle, in a corner of the earth never before seen by Western man. Suddenly, he hears drums in the distance. He turns to his faithful native guide and asks what the drums mean.
Thanks to acura i’m listening to motörhead all morning
Maybe he dreamed that he could drum as well as Meg White.